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Nice one! I'm going to build it (slightly larger).
Nice one! I'm happy that you made one. I'll send you a patch...just because ;)
I'm not sure if I understand your question correctly. The trailer as a special connector: https://burley.com/hitch-guide/Look at the "classic" one. It does not interfere with any drop out as it is attached to the cycling frame. Just let me know.
Ok, I understand. The distance between the pads of the drop out is 9,9 cm. The pads themselves are approximately 4 mm thick.Hope this helps.
I used 1,5mm thickness of Al sheet. The bag I transported was around 25kg as the weight was nicely distributed. If you would concentrate this weight, the sheet would certainly bend. Another tip: add some few extra Zip ties (read my Note 2 in step 5).Finally, now I have laid a loose sheet of PE on top as Al gives nasty stains to the fabric of your bag.
Sorry. I kept it for a few years for "you never know". Then I moved houses and cleaned up my garage...Good luck!
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